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As a website owner, you may find yourself getting a bit bored of the standard fonts on offer in WordPress. You might feel you’d like some more unique or individual options. There are various ways to add custom fonts to your WordPress website, but using a plugin is undoubtedly the easiest. In this post I’ll be sharing 5 of the best WordPress plugins for adding custom fonts.

best WordPress plugins for custom fonts

About plugins

If you run a WordPress website, even if you’re a complete beginner, chances are you’re already familiar with plugins! Plugins are an invaluable resource. They’re basically like apps for your website, which let you add all sorts of different features. Whatever you’d like to add to your site, be it a contact form or a display of your Instagram feed, there’s probably a plugin for it!

A little word of warning: You don’t want to install toooo many plugins on your WordPress website though, as that could slow your site down. So do be careful!

If you’re not sure about how to install WordPress plugins, read this handy step-by-step guide.

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WordPress plugins for custom fonts

Whatever the purpose of your WordPress website, whether you’re a blogger, a shop owner or whatever, you need to stand out from the crowd. One great way of making your website unique and eye-catching is to use custom fonts. Fonts that can make your website as individual as you are and help you to get noticed.

A simple search of the WordPress plugin directory reveals hundreds of results for custom font plugins.

So how do you know which one to choose?

To help you, I’ve selected 5 of the best WordPress plugins for adding custom fonts to your website:

WP Google Fonts

WP Google Fonts makes it super easy to add high quality fonts from Google’s ever-growing free Font Directory to your WordPress powered site. The plugin adds the necessary Google code. But it also gives you the ability to assign the Google fonts to specific elements of your website from within your WordPress admin dashboard. So you can have different fonts for different levels of headings, menus and so on.

Easy Google Fonts

Easy Google Fonts is a super easy to use plugin and you don’t need any knowledge of coding. It allows you to preview font changes in real time in your WordPress customiser, before you publish them. You can also create unlimited font controls.


You might prefer to upload your own fonts, rather than use ones from the Google library. Fontsy is an all in one web font management plugin for WordPress. It allows you to import your own web fonts, or choose from their free web font library. No coding knowledge required and you can easily select different fonts for each header type on your website. A great option for an easy to use WordPress font plugin πŸ™‚

Use Any Font

Use Any Font also allows you to embed any custom font in your website. You just upload the font files – again, no coding knowledge required. And the fonts load super quickly as they’re stored on your own server.

Custom Fonts

The Custom Fonts plugin lets you add more fonts that extend the formatting options in your site. It works with certain themes and plugins, so if you don’t have those, you have to add some custom CSS to use this plugin.

best WordPress plugins for adding custom fonts

I really hope this guide to the best WordPress plugins for custom fonts is useful. Finding the right fonts for your website is so rewarding and can be a lot of fun!

Thanks so much for reading!

Til next time,

Hannah xx

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  1. This is really useful to know, I had no idea that I could use plug-ins for fonts. Thanks for sharing your experience, I’m going to check these plug-ins out πŸ™‚


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